Academe Today: 8 Deans on What They Wish They'd Known Before Taking Their Jobs

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8 Deans Share: What I Wish I Had Known


They identify practical training and preparation that would have made their lives easier in the new job. PREMIUM



Barred From Campus

Feud Between U. of Idaho and Professor Reaches Fever Pitch as Officials Accuse Her of Meth Use and Access to Guns

By Emma Pettit

“I am not a threat to campus,” said Denise Bennett, an associate professor who has been placed on leave and disputed the university’s claims. Students have protested her removal.

Sexual Assault

What Does Higher Ed Have to Say About the Proposed Title IX Rules?

By Sarah Brown

A coalition of 60 higher-education groups submitted public comments on Wednesday, saying the proposed regulations would make campus proceedings too legalistic and burdensome.

Facebook Live: Chat About the Proposed Rules


Join the Chronicle reporter Sarah Brown on Thursday, January 31, at 3 p.m., Eastern time, for a video chat on what’s next in the debate over the proposed Title IX regulations. Visit our Facebook page on Thursday afternoon to access the live chat.


Online, the U. of Farmington Looked Real. Behind the Scenes, It Was a Federal Sting Operation.

By Lily Jackson

The Department of Homeland Security was behind the fake university, which aimed to catch undocumented immigrants and those helping them to obtain fraudulent student visas.


Which Colleges Have the Largest Endowments?

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Colleges that participated in the 2018 Nacubo-TIAA Study of Endowments returned an average of 8.2 percent on their endowments for the 2018 fiscal year. PREMIUM

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Are You Assigning Too Much Reading? Or Just Too Much Boring Reading?

By Theresa MacPhail

Call me unrigorous if you like, but rethinking my assigned-reading lists has reinvigorated my classroom.



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